Bridget Foley's Diary: Fall 2018: A Look Back

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How Ulta Is Resetting the Mass Beauty Shopping Experience

clock March 23, 2018Ellen Thomas


Tory Burch, Tresalia Tap Banks

clock March 23, 2018Evan Clark

Memo Pad

Isaac Mizrahi At The Carlyle

Fashion Scoops

Isaac Mizrahi to Host ‘In Your Face-New York’ at Merkin Concert Hall

The designer knows how to work a room, having hosted his “Moderate to Severe” cabaret at the Café Carlyle earlier this year. That will go on tour later this year.

clock March 5, 2018Rosemary Feitelberg

Yvette Nicole Brown and Sophia Bush


Talbots and Oprah Winfrey’s Magazine Join Forces for Limited-Edition Line to Benefit Dress for Success

To date, the O-Talbots tie-up has raised more than $3 million in monetary contributions, collected 60,000 articles of clothing and subsequently helped to impact 60,000 women’s lives.

clock February 8, 2018Rosemary Feitelberg

Fashion Scoops

Ruthie Friedlander and Christina Grasso Start Group to Aid Dealing With Eating Disorders

The Chain provides online resources and will hold events for editors, publicists, writers, photographers and others in the industry who are dealing with eating disorders.

clock January 26, 2018Rosemary Feitelberg

Robin F. Williams "It is Not a Pipe."

Fashion Scoops

Robin F. Williams Gives RISD Readers a Lot to Consider With ‘It Is Not a Pipe’

The cover image is meant to highlight the focus of the issue — the importance of breakthroughs in creative practice.

clock January 24, 2018Rosemary Feitelberg

KERRIGAN HARDING FILE--U. S. figure skaters Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan pose during U.S. Figure Skating Championships at Joe Louis arena in Detroit, Mich. After four years of keeping their distance, figure skating rivals Nancy Kerrigan and Tonya Harding could appear together on a television show celebrating the ''Ladies of Lillehammer.'' Fox television is in negotiations to air the show from Dobson Ice Arena featuring Kerrigan and other skaters from the 1994 Winter Olympics at Lillehammer, NorwaySKATING RIVALS, DETROIT, USA


Olympic Skater Johnny Weir Calls Tonya Harding a ‘Villain,’ ABC Furthers Interest in the Feud With Two-Hour Special

Olympic skater Johnny Weir won’t be seeing “I, Tonya,” out of respect to his “dear friend” Nancy Kerrigan.

clock January 13, 2018Rosemary Feitelberg

A mural from the artist Banksy was salvaged from a Haight Street building in San Francisco.


Street Artists Dan Witz and Crash to Join ‘Saving Banksy’ Director to Discuss Graffiti and Street Art

While brands like Gucci, Dior and Nike has tied into the graffiti trend, street artists will discuss the ins and outs of preserving street art and the pitfalls of removing it for profit.

clock January 8, 2018Rosemary Feitelberg

1997, New York, New York, USA: In January 2002, Christa Worthington, a glamorous former fashion writer, was stabbed in the chest and murdered in her Truro, Massachusetts home. Worthington, was a Vassar graduate from a prominent New England family. She had worked as a fashion journalist, writing for Women's Wear Daily, Elle and The New York Times. The body of the 46 year-old writer was discovered in her Truro home, more than 24 hours after she'd been stabbed to death. Her two year-old daughter, Ava, was found near her crying and hungry. Ava's father, Tony Jackett, was questioned as well as another old boyfriend. The case remains unsolved. As of January 2005, officials are asking all male residents to volunteer to give DNA samples, hoping to trace one to semen found on the murdered woman's body. ///Christa Worthington in her New York apartment.. Credit: Justin Sutcliffe / Polaris


CBS News’ ’48 Hours’ Team Reexamines Christa Worthington’s 2002 Murder

The renewed interest in the 2002 murder of Christa Worthington comes at a time when the attorney for her convicted killer Christopher McCowen is trying to get another trial.

clock November 15, 2017Rosemary Feitelberg

Hans Dorsinville


Hans Dorsinville Joins Select World as Its First Chief Creative Officer of North America

As one of Adweek’s Creative 100 for 2017, he was recognized by the magazine for being among the “18 Top Creative Leaders Whose Ads Are Breaking Through Into Culture.”

clock November 1, 2017Rosemary Feitelberg

Inditex chairman and chief executive officer Pablo Isla


Inditex’s Pablo Isla Ranked Number One on HBR’s Top 100 CEO List

Other fashion ceo’s who made the list include: Bernard Arnault, Francois-Henri Pinault, Tadashi Yanai, Blake Nordstrom and Leslie Wexner.

clock October 23, 2017Vicki M. Young



Condé Nast Taps Former SoundCloud Exec Alison Moore

When Moore joins the company October 23, she will oversee all revenue and brand development for Glamour, Allure and Brides.

clock September 21, 2017Rosemary Feitelberg

Ariel Foxman


Ariel Foxman Named Olivela’s Chief Brand Officer

Foxman begins on Aug. 21 and will be based in New York.

clock August 9, 2017Vicki M. Young

Mission's debut issue is all about women's empowerment.


Mission, Fashion’s First Philanthropic Digitally Interactive Magazine, Ready for Launch

Officially known as Mission (For Fashion, For Beauty, For Good), the biannual pub focuses on a different charity and cause each time.

clock June 22, 2017Rosemary Feitelberg

The Advocate Silver Lake


The Advocate Turns 50, Celebrates LGBTQ Leaders

The Los Angeles-based news site and magazine honored leaders within the community at a luncheon toasting its 50th anniversary.

clock June 15, 2017Kari Hamanaka

Snapchat partners with NBC News


Snapchat and A+E Develop Reality Show

A+E developed an unscripted reality show for Snapchat’s Discover platform that will debut in April.

clock February 10, 2017Maghan McDowell

Loewe fall 2017 ad campaigns


Loewe Casts Androgynous Model in Fall Men’s Ads

Max Overshiner was shot by Steven Meisel in one of the images from the campaign, which will appear in news kiosks in Paris this week.

clock January 18, 2017Joelle Diderich

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